I agree with you that the Rapture day
will be a normal day. In addition, I think that a very
likely time of the day would be at or around midnight
on a Tuesday, Jerusalem
time. Now for reference, that would be about 5PM Eastern
Standard time on a Monday afternoon here in the US.
The thinking behind this comes from
the Jewish wedding
and is referenced to in the story of the 10
Below is a posting I made 10-13-10 that gives additional
arguments in support of your suggestion.
Danny (13 Oct 2010)
What is the day of the week that the
rapture will occur? I have seen a several letters where it was
indicated that the rapture would take place on a Sabbath. I would like
to make the following observation that I think would make the argument
against a Sabbath rapture.
To paraphrase Luke 17:34,35 and in Matthew 24:40 and 41, it states that
two men will be in the field, and two women will be at the mill
grinding. This indicates to me that they are working and it is not a
special feast day or Sabbath that the rapture will take place.
Now if he does show up on a Sabbath, I for one will not be
disappointed. However I do think that the above scriptures indicate
that the rapture will occur on a normal work day and not a special
feast day or Sabbath.
Anyway, just thinking out loud. I hope it gives someone some food for